your actual (something)

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your actual (something)

Used to emphasize the authenticity or importance of something. Primarily heard in UK. Now that we're getting a bit of your actual political leadership, it finally feels like the country may be headed in the right direction.
See also: actual

your actual —

the real, genuine, or important thing specified. informal
1968 Kenneth Williams Diary There's no doubt about it, on a good day, I look quite lovely in your actual gamin fashion.
See also: actual